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A new peripheral dopamine agonist which causes dopaminergic renal vasodilation, was tested for central dopaminergic activity. SK & F 38393 stimulated the dopamine-sensitive adenylate cyclase in homogenates of rat caudate, as a partial agonist, and caused contralateral rotation in rats with unilateral 6-OHDA lesions of substantia nigra. Rotation was shown to(More)
It should be emphasized, in conclusion, that the writers' investigation is a reconnaissance, and was initiated primarily in searching for more adequate techniques for the study of cytological problems. Crude as many of the data undoubtedly are, they are of some significance in outlining future trends of more intensive investigation. The occurrence of two(More)